Lions use strong start to wallop Woodruff

CENTRAL — After falling into old habits with a slow start in their playoff opener against Southside, Daniel head coach Jeff Fruster didn’t want to see a repeat with the Lions hosting the Woodruff Wolverines in the second round on Friday night.

“Our start was a little less than what our expectation was last week, so I challenged our kids to get off the bus,” Fruster said.

The Lions seemed to take the message to heart, as they whooped the Wolverines from wire to wire in a 55-17 win to advance to the third round of the playoffs.

The biggest change from the previous week came in the play of quarterback Blaine Simons, who was able to attack

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